the travel cot that's lighter
 than the baby

light & super compact for travel

at only 2.8kg/6lb, traveller is the only travel cot that’s lighter than the baby! super compact for small car boots & suitcases, traveller unpacks to become a comfy & breathable travel cot or playpen for use for home & away, sleep & play, every day!

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ideal for any adventure, inside or outside

built for optimal lightness & strength, traveller is a breeze to assemble and is super adaptable for indoors & outdoors, with its unique zipped side which you can open as a fun playpen or close up for sleep.  traveller has an additional mesh top accessory available for shade.

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you & baby can rest easy

full breathable mesh sides & global safety certification means you can rest easy & supervise your sleeping children while in the traveller travel cot. baby can rest easy too on the thermally insulated self-inflating mattress, which is covered with an oeko-tex approved fitted sheet & is free from health-hazardous substances for peace of mind.

overly soft sleep surfaces are a risk for SUDI/SIDS

phil&teds reduces the risk!

current safety standards address the association between mattress firmness and the risk of SUDI/SIDS. we’re proud to say that traveller passes this test.

read more about the new standard here

what is phil&teds stance on good sleep practices for an infant? 

we recommend that an infant, be placed in a suitable sleep facility within the parent’s room (room sharing). we do not recommend placing an infant in the parent’s bed for sleep purposes, nor in a bedside sleeper (a product that is attached to the parents’ bed). NOTE: there is some confusion surrounding the meaning of “co-sleeping” – it actually means different things in different parts of the world. the diversity of the term “co-sleeping” is formally recognized by the Canadian product safety regulator, Health Canada, who say “ definitions of this term are not consistent enough to make it universally acceptable...”.

this information from Health Canada can be viewed here

 

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